After a successful tour in Houston this past weekend, we figured it would only be fitting to share a few pictures from the day. With clear blue skies and 65 degree weather, we couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day to meander our way around Houston and see exceptional examples of modern design. Here are just a few photos that were snapped during the day.
3308 Saint Emanuel, designed and owned by Ronnie Self, sitting atop an exotic and minimalistic landscape
View of Houston’s skyline from the rooftop balcony of Ronnie Self’s home
Facade of 4300 Lampton in Bellaire, designed by StudioMET Architects.
A few of our happy tour-goers strapping on some booties getting ready to walk in Intexure’s 1812 Palm St.
Facade of 8700 Cedarspur, designed by Tom Rusnak
A peek inside the timeless, mid-century home designed by Karl Kamrath and the University of Houston Architecture Department in 1960
One of our knowledgeable docents and a couple of tour-goers inside 1319 Banks St., designed by Francois de Menil
Modernism even transcends generations as evidenced by this modern adult and baby lounger (4308 Blossom, designed by Bianchi Architects)
We just want to thank everyone again for coming out on the tour and making it the success that it was. We at Modern Home Tours hope you all enjoyed yourselves and look forward to the many more tours to come all across the country. The countdown to The San Diego Modern Home Tour on March 24 has begun and we’re just over than two weeks away. Hope to see you on the tour. Don’t forget to check out our website to see what cities we’ll be in next, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.